Accelerate on your path towards licensure this summer! Our Summer 2019 Extravaganza courses allow you to complete a 3-credit course in one week with an intensive and highly supportive format.


By leveraging your time this summer, you’ll build flexibility into your program to slow down during busy periods in the school year. Additionally, you’ll work closely with other educators and learn from one another through highly engaging classroom discussions. While on campus, you’ll have access to the following CUW resources:

  • Knowledgable and responsive instructor
  • CUW Library and research support
  • Learning Resource Center
  • Summer housing

Class Schedule

JUNE COURSES
Mequon Campus
  • EDG 5/853: Literacy Assessment for Instruction (June 17-21 @ 8am-4pm)
  • EDG 5/895: Capstone Literacy Project (June 17-21 @ 9am-4pm)*
  • EDG 5/815: Educational Research Methods (June 17-21 @ 8am-4pm)
  • EDG 541: School Business Administration (June 24-28 @ 8am-4pm)

*prerequisites required

Miller Park Way Campus
  • EDG 531: Principles of Educational Administration (June 17-21 @ 9:15am-5:15pm)
  • EDG 533: Leadership for Change (June 24-28 @ 9:15am-5:15pm)
JULY/AUGUST COURSES
Mequon Campus
  • EDG 535: Legal & Ethical Issues in Education (July 8-12 @ 1-9pm)
  • EDG 699: Assessment for Learning (July 15, 17, 19, & 23 @ 8am-4pm)
  • EDG 552: Improvement in the Teaching of Literacy (July 16, 18, 22, & 24 @ 8am-4pm)
  • EDG 745: The Principalship (July 29-31, August 1-2 @ 8am-4pm)
  • EDG 536: Educational Governance & Administration/Human Resources (August 5-9 @ 1-9pm)
Miller Park Way Campus
  • Portfolio Workshop (July 8-10 @ 1-4pm)
  • EDG 507: Curriculum Leadership (July 29-31, August 1-2 @ 9:15am-5:15pm)
Kenosha Campus
  • EDG 552: Improvement in the Teaching of Literacy (July 8-12 @ 9am-5pm)
Madison Campus
  • EDG 552: Improvement in the Teaching of Literacy (July 15-19 @ 9:15am-5:15pm)

 

For more information, contact Aimee Hickman: aimee.hickman@cuw.edu | 262-243-4557
For admissions, contact Sarah Mayer: sarah.mayer@cuw.edu | 262-243-2165

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